Old City Hall Museum

115 Mattie Street

Current Exhibit: Local Culture-

The Heart and Soul

Of a Community

This exhibit will feature items which reflect the culture of our unique town and the incredible talent of those who live here now or who have in the past.  Items include art work such as oil and water color paintings,  and fiber art,  needlework, such as embroidery, tatting, and crochet, ceramics,  sculpture, jewelry, wood carvings,  and even written work, such as books, stories, diaries, and poems. These items are on loan from local families.
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History Of Old City Hall

The Denham Springs City Hall, also known as the Old Denham Springs City Hall, is a historic building located at 115 Mattie Street in Denham Springs, Louisiana. The building is a two-story concrete structure in Art Deco style. The original building housed the mayor and sheriff's offices, library, and the jail.
It was built in the late 1930's by the WPA and  was vacated in the 1980s when the city hall moved to a new location.
A complete restoration was completed in late 2008 and rededication ceremonies were held on April 17. The building now serves as a museum and tourism office, Maps and information are distributed to people visiting the Antique Village.
The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places listings in Louisiana on April 16, 1993

Past Exhibits

2017 Denham Springs  Main Street